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  • Obit: Conlyn Logan Hart

  • Conlyn Logan Hart passed away in his home, surrounded by his loving family on Wednesday morning, May 29th, he was 75 years old.He was born on July 19th, 1937 in Chestertown, MD to Benjamin and Katherine Hart. Conlyn proudly served in the National Guard. He faithfully and respectfully taught math in the Caesar Rodney School Di...
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  • Conlyn Logan Hart passed away in his home, surrounded by his loving family on Wednesday morning, May 29th, he was 75 years old.He was born on July 19th, 1937 in Chestertown, MD to Benjamin and Katherine Hart. Conlyn proudly served in the National Guard. He faithfully and respectfully taught math in the Caesar Rodney School District for several years before becoming a school principal for many CR Elementary schools throughout the district during his 30+ year tenure. He enjoyed vacationing with his wife in Florida during their retirement years, golfing, spending time with his grandchildren, Jeep racing, and working on home improvement projects, He was also an avid gun collector and loved spending time with family and friends. Active throughout his life, Conlyn was a member of the National Education Association, the Elks, Veterans Association, the American Legion, the Delaware Four Wheelers, the American Education Association, and sat on the Board of Kent County Parks and Recreation. He is predeceased by his mother, Katherine Storey Hart, and his father, Benjamin C. Hart. Conlyn is survived by and will be dearly and deeply missed by his wife of 42 years, Mary Ann Hart, his daughter, Jodi Kiker, and husband, Christopher of Mechanicsburg, PA, his son, Brandon Hart and his wife, Carrie of Dover. He will also be missed by his beloved grandchildren, Abbey Kiker, and Will Hart, as well as his brother, Leon Hart and his wife, Jean of Dover. Conlyn had two great passions in his life, the first was education. He influenced countless children throughout his career as a teacher, and later as a principal. The impact on their lives cannot be measured, but there is no question that it was a positive one. His second love was his family. He devoted his time to being with them, and supporting them in every way he could. He loved being a husband, a father, and most especially, a grandfather. He truly treasured every second he spent with them, no matter what they were doing. His absence will be deeply felt by all who knew him. A viewing for Conlyn will be held at the Pippin Funeral Home in Wyoming, DE on Monday, June 3rd from 6 to 8PM. On Tuesday, June 4th, services will be held at 10AM, preceded by a ½ hour viewing at 9:30. Cremation will follow services. Friends and Family may send letters of Condolences via http://www.pippinfuneralhome.com/. The family requests that in lieu of flowers donations be made to Vitas Innovative Hospice Care, 1016 N Walnut St, Milford, DE 19963, in appreciation of the wonderful care they provided.

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